We hope you enjoy our website and find what you’re looking for. However, please remember that all content on pwrfl-law.com belongs to PWRFL. It may not be reused or otherwise repurposed without our written permission.
For the legal types out there
This website and all of its content (including but not limited to its layout, design, text, images, graphics, sounds, videos, code, technology, research, downloadable PDFs, blog and/or social media posts, and interactive features) is owned by PWRFL, P.S. (“PWRFL”).
Of course, there are exceptions
The following uses are not only allowed but encouraged:
If you’re visiting our website to determine whether PWRFL would be a good firm to hire, feel free to print, download, or otherwise share our content with anyone inside your organization. After all, that’s why it’s here.
If it’s for your personal, educational, and noncommercial use, you may print or download a single copy of any content or extracts.
Bloggers, journalists, tweeters, and other commenters (professional and otherwise) are entitled to fair use of our content under U.S. copyright law. The legal definition of “fair use” is difficult to sum up, but here is a good place to start.
If it’s for any of the allowed uses mentioned above, you may share with third parties—but only if you acknowledge this website and/or PWRFL as the source of the content. It’s only fair to give credit where it’s due. You may not, except with our prior express written permission, commercially distribute or exploit any content.
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